Here is a list of the five best science fair scholarships:
State Science Technology Fair of Iowa (SSTFI):
The SSTFI offers an assortment of scholarships for students. The two most important scholarships are the SSTFI Senior High Division Scholarships and the Expense Paid Trip to the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair.
The total amount offered for the SSTFI Senior High Division Scholarships is $58,550. This scholarship is awarded to the best three projects in the Individual Senior High division and three projects in the Team Senior High division. Further, this scholarship will be awarded to each individual or a team under the category they belong to.
Expense Paid Trip to the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair offers $8,000 for High School Projects to both individual as well as teams.
Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF):
The Society for Science and the Public, which is based in Washington, DC, has administered the ISEF since 1950. The Intel ISEF is for ninth through twelfth grade students. This scholarship is worth $4 million in tuition fees, science tours, and scientific equipments. Students from the world over are eligible for this scholarship. Over 600 students benefit from this science fair scholarship every year.
University of Cincinnati’s College of Applied Science (CAS) Scholarships Top Science Fair Awards:
There are five CAS scholarships offered every year worth $25,000. CAS scholarships are a boon for students willing to pursue courses in architectural engineering and technology, computer engineering and technology, chemical technology, construction management, fire and safety engineering technology, horticulture (business and scientific track), electrical engineering technology, information technology, and mechanical engineering technology.
Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association National High School Science Fair:
The AFCEA National High School Science Fair will fund high school projects on communications, information, or intelligence systems. The AFCEA selects projects from various science fairs held nationwide by nominating one project from each state in the United States. Only U.S. citizens are eligible for this science fair scholarship. The winners and their family or guardian will be entitled to a free tip to Tampa, Florida, and their project will be displayed at the LandWarNet Conference. The winner is also awarded $1,000.
Siemens foundation is organizing a competition for high school students interested in math, science, and technology. This competition is open to all U.S. students. The scholarships are awarded to twenty finalists and the amount ranges from $10,000 to $100,000.
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